Red Bull Plane Swap Plane Crash Video Viral On Twitter Reddit And Youtube CCTV Footage Leaked! A daredevil attempt to finish a feat of aerodynamics led to a plane collapsing in the Arizona desert. The Federal Aviation Administration might disagree. Pilots consider the stunt a success. Red Bull called Sunday’s Red Bull Plane Swap a “world-first” aviation feat and streamed the entire event live. Red Bull’s 48-year-old cousin Luke Aikins and 39-year-old Andy Farrington, both from Arizona, attempted the unheard-of stunt on Sunday 24 April 2022, over the Arizona scrubland. Each pilot had to turn off their aircraft’s engine and send it into a nosedive.
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The pilots then jumped out of the aircraft and fell towards each other. Pilots were to get into the other plane through the window, and then carefully pilot it to land. Continue reading to learn more. The stunt didn’t go according to plan. They jumped from their respective planes at 12,100 feet, using the airbrake system on both planes. Luke managed to find his way into Andy’s nosediving plane, but Andy was not so lucky. The plane of Luke lost control and plummeted to the ground. Andy had to abandon the stunt in order to use his parachute. Andy told a news outlet that the parachute just went and it didn’t stop in the 90-degree dive. It just kept going and got on Andy’s back. It didn’t have the chance.”
Luke said, “I thought Andy left Andy on a good plane.” I’m trying to think of other things I could have done for Andy to make it easier when he left. We try to be prepared for it and hope it never happens. This is the best outcome of a bad situation. It’s okay to be happy that everyone is here, and all the good stuff. But you are still saddened. Follow For More Update Yemfoundation.org
Both pilots were able to land safely. Hulu streamed the video of the dangerous stunt live. The video footage was also posted online by witnesses. After Red Bull’s request for safety exemption to the stunt, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), is currently probing it. Keep checking back for more details.